Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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though it was not only a Misdemeanor. Gen & Gen were— baild in the sum of $2000 4000— 2000 each & Monday was set for Trial— court rose, & as co the co[mpany] dispersed. (for the room was crowded)— and came to the bottom a row commencd. <​one or two rowdies— See Note A. Page 74​> swearing &c— which was quelled by interf[er]ence of the marshall after we had tarried above a few minutes— 20 <​mi​>— one. accompanied Joseph to the s room who was sick— said he had a requisition for renewal of Prosecution in the old case of Treason again[s]t but I happend to know it was all dead.— dined with at returnd to Room. Present Mr [p. 23]
though it was only a Misdemeanor. Gen & Gen were— baild in the sum of 4000— 2000 each & Monday was set for Trial— court rose, & as the company dispersed. (for the room was crowded)— and came to the bottom a row commencd. one or two rowdies— See Note A. Page 74 swearing &c— which was quelled by interference of the marshall after we had tarried above a few minutes— 20 mi— one. accompanied Joseph to the s room who was sick— said he had a requisition for renewal of Prosecution in the old case of Treason against but I happend to know it was all dead.— dined with at returnd to Room. Present Mr [p. 23]
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